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Tulloch, Webster capture DAC awards

Dickinson State senior catcher Scott Tulloch was named the Dakota Athletic Conference most valuable baseball player on Monday afternoon. Tulloch hit .394 with seven home runs, 40 RBI and 12 doubles this season while starting all but two of the Bl...

Dickinson State senior catcher Scott Tulloch was named the Dakota Athletic Conference most valuable baseball player on Monday afternoon.

Tulloch hit .394 with seven home runs, 40 RBI and 12 doubles this season while starting all but two of the Blue Hawks' 49 games behind the plate. He also earned the DAC's gold glove award for catchers.

Senior shortstop Dan Boudreau, sophomore outfielder Nolan Bracken and junior designated hitter/pitcher Tony Isbell joined Tulloch as members of the all-DAC first team.

Dickinson High School graduate Jeremy Burgard, a senior outfielder at Jamestown College, was also named to the first team.

DSU junior pitcher Alex Parrott and junior third baseman Efrain Ruiz were each named to the second team.

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Mayville State's Scott Berry earned coach of the year while Comets senior Dan Knox was named pitcher of the year.

In softball, eighth-ranked DSU had eight players make the all-DAC team.

They were junior pitcher Mehgan Shaw, freshman pitcher Sara Jane Webster, junior first baseman Nicole Marcoux, senior second baseman Danielle Abrahamson, sophomore third baseman Jody Lantz, sophomore outfielder Ashley Nuefeld, junior outfielder Amanda Mickey and sophomore designated player Kelly Jahn.

Webster also earned pitcher of the year and freshman of the year honors.

Minot State sophomore shortstop Janessa Penner earned player of the year.

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